Creationism Debate Rages On

October 2005
District Administration;Oct2005, Vol. 41 Issue 10, p14
This article reports that the evolutionary debate was upped a notch recently when the U.S. president George W. Bush voiced his support for intelligent design to be explained in science classes nationwide. When asked if he believed both evolution and intelligent design should be taught in schools, Bush replied he did. It is believed that nearly two-thirds of Americans say creationism should be taught alongside evolution in public schools.


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